Beyond Skills and Knowledge: Attitude, Understanding, Ethics

Posted December 16, 2008 in Cutter Business Technology Journal

Consider the "competent performer" who possesses good skills and knowledge. However, good skills and knowledge are not sufficient. In order to deliver acceptable work, the competent performer must have a good attitude, conviction that he or she is doing the right thing, and an understanding of how to support enterprise intents and strategy.

About The Author
Karl Wiig
Karl Wiig is a retired Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Data Insight & Business Intelligence practice. He is Chairman of Knowledge Research Institute, Inc., where he assists companies in implementing and planning new approaches to operate their business with a focus on expertise and professional knowledge, often with the use of advanced technology. Mr. Wiig is also an adjunct professor of knowledge management at The Hong Kong… Read More
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